Psychotherapy in India: Past, Present and Future
This book focuses on psychotherapy in the Indian context. The book begins with the history of psychotherapy in India, tracing the path of its journey in India both in practice and growth as a sociality. The book has two sections. Section 1, “Inquiring Voices from the Region””, has chapters on training in psychotherapy in India for psychiatrists, psychotherapy with special populations of children, persons from low literacy and socio-economic backgrounds and the current state of psychoanalytic practice in India. The last chapter in this section addresses psychological therapies in India in the Global context. Section 2,””Helpful Echoes from the Indian Diaspora,”” has chapters on the journey of the psychiatrist in becoming a medical psychotherapist, placing India in their psychotherapeutic work. Chapters focusing on yoga and mindfulness in cognitive psychotherapy and psychotherapy in Bhagavad Gita are included in the second section. The last chapter concludes the main findings and provides recommendations for the growth of psychotherapy. This book gives an overview of the past, present, and future of psychotherapy in India.
Key Features :
- This book is an attempt to understand the past, present, and future of psychotherapy in India, and has substantial scientific information and evidence to enrich and inspire the readers.
- This unique book covers every aspect in great detail by experts in the field.
- It will be a hugely popular and will make a mark in the field of Psychotherapy.
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